The Sacrifice of Darkness by Roxanne Gay

Primarily known for her books of social commentary and feminist essays and her opinion contributions to the New York Times, Roxanne Gay’s writing career has actually been very diverse. From novels and short stories, all the way to comics.

Along …


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Bling up Your Holidays

Need to brighten things up for the holidays? Check out these crafting books to get some ideas for handmade fashions, jewelry, and other gifts for yourself or your loved ones.

Sewing Green: 25 Projects Made with Repurposed & Organic Materials


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Five Total Strangers by Natalie D. Richards

Mira’s on her way home to New Jersey from her elite west coast art high school when winter weather forces her flight to land early. It’s the anniversary of her aunt’s death so she’s desperate to get home. She doesn’t …


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Writing in the Margins: Winter 2020/2021

We are in the midst of an experience that is so shockingly unique that it seems impossible to put into perspective. Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, we have been figuring out how to live in what seems like a new …


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Hoopla Bonus Borrow: Locke & Key

Hoopla Bonus Borrows are back for November! Throughout the month, over 1,000 audiobooks, ebooks, comics, movies and TV series are available at Hoopla without using any of your monthly Hoopla borrows. Check back every day in November for recommendations from …


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Book Match

Find a book you’ll love with the help of your librarians.

Answer a few quick questions about your favorite reading experiences and we’ll get to work on a personalized book recommendation just for you.

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Big Library Read: Reverie

November 02 through 16, 2020.

We’re excited to join libraries and readers across the country in the Big Library Read, a reading program that connects readers around the world with the same ebook or audiobook at the same time without any wait lists or holds.

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2020 Christopher Award Winners

First presented in 1949, the Christopher Awards were established by Father James Keller to salute media that “affirm the highest values of the human spirit.” Their goal is to encourage men, women and children to pursue excellence in creative arenas …


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The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner

In a Tennessee town named after the founder of the Ku Klux Klan, Dill, Lydia, and Travis are the high school misfits. All they need to do is graduate to escape, but there are so many things in their way. …


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School Success with Tutor.com

We’ve entered into a very unusual school year and Tutor.com has recorded a series of webinars to help prepare students and parents for success.

Watch “Parent Session: Helping your K-12 Students Manage Time and be Prepared” below for tips that …


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ComicFest 2020

Saturday, September 05, 2020

This year, our annual comic convention is going online! Don your cape, tights, and mask, then join us for a celebration of the best in pop culture. We'll have online panels, a stay-at-home version of our big cosplay costume contest, and don't forget to check out our virtual artists alley!
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War for the Oaks by Emma Bull

A war is brewing in the middle of Minneapolis between the light and dark courts of Faerie.

Rock musician Edie McCandry has just been chosen to be the human on the battlefield for the Sidhe and the half-guard-dog-half-man assigned to …


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For Fans of Netflix’s “Cursed”

The new series Cursed is taking Netflix by storm. Based on the Young Adult Fantasy novel by Thomas Wheeler and Frank Miller, Cursed tells the story of Nimue, the Lady of the Lake from the legend of King Arthur, as …


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Stay-at-Home Movie Party: Horror Express

Monday, September 21, 7:00 PM.

We may not be able to watch movies together right now but that doesn't mean we can't keep the screenings going. Join us on our Facebook page at 7:00 PM for an online screening of the Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing classic, Horror Express.


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